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"The Devil-Doll" is a horror film directed by Tod Browning and starring a cross-dressing Lionel Barrymore and Maureen O'Sullivan as his daughter, Lorraine Lavond. The movie was adapted from the novel Burn Witch Burn! by Abraham Merritt.
- also known as The Witch of Timbuctoo, The Devil Doll
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- art direction by Cedric Gibbons
- written by Garrett Fort & Guy Endore
- cinematography by Leonard Smith
- music by Franz Waxman
- genres: Horror, Science Fiction
- tagline: Greater than "The Unholy Three"
- released in (79 years ago)
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by Ron Backer
Viewed independently, however, The Devil-Doll is a very likable little horror film. ... who has a preconceived notion as to how Burn Witch Burn! should have been adapted into a film, The Devil-Doll is an entertaining viewing experience.
The Encyclopedia of Film (1991)
by James Monaco
The Devil-Doll (1936), in which Devil's Island escapee Lionel Barrymore shrinks the partners who framed him for embezzlement to the size of toys, is in many ways a standard revenge melodrama, But the director makes inventive use of a wide ...
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